Zambia set to enhance mining monitoring

KELVIN CHONGO, Lusaka WITH copper prices plummeting on the international market, Zambia, one of the world’s leading copper exporting countries, is working towards enhancing its resilience by establishing a project which will help revamp the mining sector. The €4.7 million Mineral Production Monitoring Support Project (MPMSP) is an initiative funded by government, the European Union

Dubai team finishes mission

KALUWE HANZUKI, Dubai STAKEHOLDERS who were witnessing the printing of ballot papers at Al Ghurair Printing and Publishing Company in Dubai yesterday completed their mission after witnessing the dispatch of the last consignment from the plant to the airport for onward delivery to Zambia tomorrow. The team reiterated its satisfaction with the work done and

UPND cadres nabbed for malicious damage

CATHERINE MUMBA, Lusaka POLICE in Lusaka have arrested 10 suspected United Party for National Development (UPND) cadres for alleged malicious damage to property and possession of offensive weapons. Police deputy spokesperson Rae Hamoonga said in a statement issued in Lusaka yesterday that it is believed that on Sunday around 15:00 hours, 10 suspected UPND cadres,

Police to probe political ‘cops’

ALVIN CHIINGA, Lusaka INSPECTOR General of Police Kakoma Kanganja says police have opened an inquiry to establish the identities of five men clad in police uniforms in a front page picture of yesterday’s edition of The Post in which they are holding United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema’s campaign posters. Mr Kanganja

Lungu resounds warning to troublemakers

JACK ZIMBA, Mpika PRESIDENT Lungu has repeated his warning that whoever will cause trouble after the election results are announced will be arrested. And President Lungu has reiterated his call on Zambians to remain peaceful even in the face of provocation and to ignore opposition leaders who are propagating violence. Speaking when he addressed a

Court finds Masebo with case

CAROLINE KALOMBE, Lusaka THE Lusaka Magistrate’s Court has placed former Chongwe member of Parliament (MP) Sylvia Masebo on her defence after finding her with a case to answer for alleged abuse of authority of office. In this case, Masebo was charged with abuse of authority of office and cancellation of hunting concession licences. When the
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